Super Bowl 2019: When Does the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ TV Spot Air?
Gatherings of people everywhere throughout the nation are preparing for Super Bowl LIII – however Avengers: Endgame fans could very specific reason to tune in.
A TV spot for the exceedingly foreseen Marvel spin-off is required to make a big appearance sooner or later amid Sunday’s Big Game, after the film’s absolute first trailer was released last December. While there is as of now no official confirmation with respect to when the recording will make a big appearance, there are a few possibilities, dependent on the track record of previous Marvel movies.
Both TV spots for The Avengers and Avengers: Infinity War appeared amid the diversion itself, an example that could finish up being pursued with Endgame. The Avengers’ spot publicized part of the way through the second quarter, while the Infinity War spot appeared toward the beginning of the second from last quarter.
In the event that Endgame pursues a comparable kind of example, that leaves a truly wide window for when the spot could air, somewhere in the range of 7:30pm to 9:30pm EST, contingent upon pace of play (and to what extent Maroon 5’s halftime show winds up being).
As some have speculated, there’s additionally a possibility that the spot could be released prior to the kickoff, something that a bunch of Marvel motion pictures have done previously. Commander America: Civil War appeared film amid the Super Bowl’s pregame, while Avengers: Age of Ultron put out a trailer days prior.
With tonight’s game expected to commence at 6:30 pm EST, and a few trailers as of now appearing at the beginning of today morning, there’s absolutely a possibility that Endgame could make footage closer to when the game starts.
And still, at the end of the day, quite possibly’s Marvel Studios could be accomplishing something sudden with how they make a big appearance the Endgame spot, considering the huge measure of publicity encompassing the film. With Endgame underwriting off of the enormous cliffhanger from Avengers: Infinity War – and being ready to wrap up a considerable amount of strings in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – there’s certainly a lot riding on whatever footage is shown.
“If you were to think of the Marvel universe over the last ten years as a book, this is the ending of the book,” co-director Joe Russo told reporters last year. “And then there may be new books written, but this is certainly the ending of this book.”
“I think, as storytellers, what it means for us is that while you’re always looking for a cataclysmic event in a film, to change a character, to challenge a character, and to sort of explore who that character is, and test who that character is, I think it gave all of us in this film an opportunity to figure out, well what were those ultimate tests for these characters?” co-director Anthony Russo added. “To sort of go one step further even than how you would normally test a character in one of these films because we have the freedom to sort of think of it, in many cases, as sort of a final test.”
Avengers: Endgame will be released on April 26th